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help 2007 A3 Radio Aux Install questions...

Discussion in 'A3/S3/Sportback (8P Chassis)' started by gskills, Jan 10, 2014.

  1. gskills

    gskills New Member

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    Hello


    I bought a Aux vw kit for my audi a3 radio... however it only works if you have the plug for the cd changer...


    My radio has the built in cd changer, bluetooth , steering wheel controls and Tape deck (yuck)


    When i took the radio out i found this mystery blue wire... could i somehow tap into that?


    if not what options do i have to retain blue tooth..ect


    i dont want to use a tape adaptor
    thanks
    Greg


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    That is a connector for your console switch pack, someone has either unplugged from one of the console buttons like esp etc or it was fitted from factory & left unplugged due to a system not being fitted.

    Which connector type has your aux kit got?
     
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    Doesn't the aux plug go into the bottom socket (red/orange plug) if it's empty? You then press the CD button twice to access it. It replaces an external CD changer.
     
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    The plug I have is this
     
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    You can buy 2 kits, 1 is iso like your radio connections & other is quadlock which is useless to you, normally the aux iso has an adapter or pins to push into the holes of existing connector.
     
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    Any links to the right kit for mine?
     
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    Thanks
     
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    bump for anyone who knows what he is talking about... ie the radio connectors and what i would need..

    thanks
     

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